Profit! - pop on over to see Uncle BILL. Im still in here as a punt but over the last few weeks Ive seen an 80% return in BILL and it keeps on slowly climbing. Just saying....night night xx
thinksmart -"Can someone please explain what you mean about the "market" always winning?" People use the term the "market" as it is a recognised fact that there are those who have control over prices and those who do not. If it were just a question of supply and demand then you would have a market in the true sense of the word. But all too often with these AIM stocks it is not a case of supply and demand but a case of supply and supply. You would never sit down for a game of cards if one of the players had a card making machine under the table. When he looks at his losing hand he decides to press the button and out pops another three Aces on top of the four already played. With 33 billion shares in issue small private investors have been playing such a game with their MTV shares for the last six years.
maxammo If you're de-ramping theory were true then you would need to ask yourself why is it the same de-rampers never ramp when they have achieved their target buy price. You cannot have your cake and eat it. You cannot argue on the one hand they de-ramp to get the price lower but never ramp to get the price higher once they're in. Your theory is flawed.
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Grumpster - "The people that finance MTV are not interested in investing in the company, that is not what they do. They want as many shares, at the lowest price possible, and at as big a discount to the prevailing share price as they can get. they then dump the shares into any rise for ten or maybe twenty per cent profit, then get ready to repeat the performance." The most intelligent and comprehensive post you have ever made on this thread. It sums up in one paragraph exactly what is going on here. Its just such pity its taken you so long and that you've omitted the second paragraph that should have read:- "MTV are as much a part of the act as the investors. Without the cooperation of MTV none of the above could take place."
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The share price ia low now and you won't here from them for a while, a few days untill it returns to a peak again, they will sell and they will deramp (probably in a few days). If I am wrong then I apologise, but if I am right they want the share price to rise now and you wont here much from them for a few days Just my opinion, dyor
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Question: y would someone come onto any forum and deramp? Why waste there time comming here almost periodically when a share rises and go away when it reaches a low? Answer: they make the share price drop (deramping) they can buy at the bottom, they then go away for a short period of time, wait for the share price to rise, after a few days and they sell at the top. They start deramping again to lower the price and repeat the cycle. How di I know this? Cos this is what I would do if I was selfish, didnt care about losing ppl money. You know who these ppl are as they return at the top share price deramp, always at the top of the share price. If you start timing ppl when they come and go, always be negative at a peak of the share price, these will most likely be those ppl. My advice is if you here negativity without facts, then dnt sell untill its solid proof, and you buy here for long term. Short term investers are those who are makung money at the peaks and troughs, dont follow them. My opinion, dyor
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